There are many, many, many movies that play at SXSW. As much as I want to and as much as I have tried, I cannot see every single movie I want to see. If I were Multiple Man, I would have no problem, but alas, I am not and it makes me sad.

Nonetheless, here is a list of movies that I wish I was able to make it to while I was at SXSW last week.

Iron Sky: Nazis from outerspace should be the plot basis of ALL movies.

Gimme the Loot: This movie won the SXSW Grand Jury Award in the Narrative Feature Competition, so it is my civil duty to watch it.

Bernie: I am more interested in what Richard Linklater does with the cast than the cast itself.

Fat Kid Rules The World: Matthew Lillard‘s directoral debut? This has got to be good.

See Girl Run: A fellow movie writer at the festival told me that this movie was really depressing and therefore not that great — but I just wanted to watch it because of Adam Scott.

Wildness: A publicist (not representing this film) told me that this documentary about the Los Angeles Latin/LGBT immigrant and queer art communities was awesomely strange. I’m sold.

Black Pond: This UK film tells the story of a family that is accused of murder when a stranger dies at their dinner table. Those Brits sure no how to party!

Francine: Melissa Leo stars in this. That’s pretty much enough for me.

Uprising: Hip Hop & The LA Riots: This documentary not only looks riveting, but the name alone will give me street cred.

Modus Anomali: This horror mind-fuck of a movie was on my “must” list, but it always screened after 11 p.m. and my brain was fried by 10 p.m. every single night I was at SXSW. Yes, I am a lame old man, but this movie deserved 100 percent of my attention and I refused to watch it whilst exhausted — but as God as my witness, I will watch this movie one day!

V/H/S: Please refer to what I wrote for Modus Anomali.

The Comedy: I’m a fan of Tim Heidecker, so I feel obligated to see this movie. If it’s any consolation, I was at the same screening of Compliance as he was.

Sleepwalk With Me: Any comedy about sleepwalking is bound to have some funny moments, right?! Plus, the movie stars Lauren Ambrose. I’ve been in love with her since Can’t Hardly Wait.

Her Master’s Voice: Just watch the trailer for this documentary and you will want to watch it too. I was kind of creeped out and moved all at once. It also involves puppets…so there’s that.

Girl Walk // All Day: This was one of the many Kickstarter films at SXSW — and apparently it was the coolest.